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by Filip van Laenen
Destelbergen (17,000 inhabitants) is located in the arrondissement of Ghent.
The flag is vertically divided red and black with a chief of ermine. Proportions are 2:3.
The flag was adopted on 13 October 1987.
Source: Flags of the Low Countries
Jarig Bakker, 14 October 2001
by Jarig Bakker
Haenhout is a ward of the commune of Destelbergen, actually a ward of the agglomeration of Gent. The flag of Haenhout is bright blue with just above the bottom a narrow yellow stripe; standing on that stripe a white cockerel before a red sun outline white; at top fly the name of the city in yellow Capital letters; over yellow at the fly a white 4-leaved flower with a red heart outlined darkblue. The flag is canting (haen = cockerel).
Source: Haenhout website
Jarig Bakker, 3 October 2004